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slow zones

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Sunnyside »

The DOT added a light and pedestrian signals at 51st Street and Skillman Avenue last week.

Upper West Side »

From additional speed humps to slow zones, advocates want more to be done to protect pedestrians.

Lower East Side »

The city will reduce the speed limit to 25 mph on Houston Street and the Bowery starting in November.

Concourse »

The street is the latest slow zone to arrive in The Bronx.

Greenwich Village »

The DOT will not immediately expand a slow zone to Sixth Avenue, despite requests from the community.

Woodside »

The signing took place near the Woodside intersection where an 8-year-old was killed in December.

Crown Heights »

Enforcement of the new rule will begin July 7, police said.

Gowanus »

Felipe Castro, 27, of Sunset Park was working at an auto shop when he was hit and killed, police said.

Long Island City »

The initiative will knock down the speed limit from 30 to 25 mph on Northern Blvd.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene was not accepted for a "Slow Zone" so neighbors are taking matters into their own hands.

Sunnyside »

The selected areas will see their speed limits lowered to 20 miles per hour, according to the DOT.

High Bridge »

A group of Bronx students successfully campaigned for safer streets in their neighborhood.

New York City »

Corona is City's latest Slow Zone; 13 other locations also announced.